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I have found recently that sales have really slowed down, i have been uploading more and actually joining in with discussions and contests more too, but i'm selling more on artist rising which is nowhere near as good as FAA, Does anyone else have much success with other sites, and which are the best for a u.k. based artist. :(
It's another U.S based site but they only send out royalty checks when they reach over $50 and they take v.a.t. at their end so you practically end up with a very small amount to what they are getting themselves. Not a great site Conor.
Really, that's good, I actually wanted to make some prints myself to sell at local art fairs. I hope it's done soon because I would like to know if people would actually buy my art if it's put in front of them rather than them searching for it!
Sounds good news guys if Sean can get the U.K. based company to do the printing....I have used printers "The Dot Foundry2 for my larger printing needs for u.k. clients. I think they are based in Swansea. A good printing firm.
It would be great to have a discount for artists wanting to print their own work off for clients, and maybe a certificate of authenticity for an artist to download off from faa to be able to send out directly to the client after singing it.
Funny that i only mentioned Redbubble in this conversation the other day and what should i find out today that i just sold my 1st 3 prints on there...well, i was happy until i realised that the royalty profit will be £2.79p for the three....ahhh i can finally retire. Lol.